Learning to Learn with Joe Wolter

Written by Patti Hudson photos by Eric Sines This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.72 During a recent ranch clinic at Joe Wolter’s home...

Serpentine Without Reins with Buck Brannaman

Written by Buck Brannaman & Emily Kitching This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.36 If you have the goal of one day riding your...

The Definition of “On the Bit”

Written by Dr. Max Gahwyler and Bettina Drummond There is no other statement used so often in Dressage riding as the horse should accept the...

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Horsemanship Skills

The Role of the Seat and Leg -or how do I...

Written by Wendy Murdoch This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.33 Recently I have come across a number of students who think that the...

Improving Your Weight Aids

For Visual Learners

Build Your Confidence

Circles and Fence Exercise

With Richard Caldwell This is an exercise that works on both circles and turnarounds. All I want my horse to do is follow me. I'm...

Handle the Feet; Be Friends With Your Shoer

With Bryan Neubert “I learned this the hard way. A lot of times in the winter I start colts, when there isn’t much to do with...

Winter Projects Part 2

With Jeff Derby In the last issue of Eclectic Horseman, Jeff Derby discussed his approach to working on winter projects in general, and getting a...

Flexing and the Counter Bend Exercise

With Richard Caldwell Riding in the hackamore can be a little intimidating if you've never done it before. We're going to start out with some...

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